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Thread: The Wheatsheaf - Norfolk - June 2011

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    Default The Wheatsheaf - Norfolk - June 2011


    Thanks to this site we went on one of our unofficial hunts, just me and one friend. Shame there is all glass everywhere, we vow to go back, but next time we will be more prepared and go further then the bar.


















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    Another pub bites the dust eh..damn shame.

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    Is this the one in Darlo?

    Normally when people post a report they put where abouts it is in the title and dont put the exact date they visited due to security firms and police etc :)

    It's all over.

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    It's in Ripon. Get back quick if you want to see it, as it is being pulled down very soon to be replaced by a nursing home.

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    Yea its the Ripon one. And thanks I will learn by my mistakes and hopefully get there before they pull it down, do you know of a date when it will be closed down completley???

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    "Normally when people post a report they put where abouts it is in the title and dont put the exact date they visited due to security firms and police etc "

    Hark at you Krypton,one who never puts up any other report except ones to advertise your own ROC Post!!


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